New Tunage – Maybe you will see something you like, but I don’t!

New CD Releases, March 4: Alan Jackson, Black Crowes, Bauhaus
Alan Jackson “Good Time”
The cowboy crooner is back to offer fans a “Good Time.” This new disc, Jackson’s 17th album, already has delivered one big single, the Top 40 country hit “Small Town Southern Man.”
The set was penned entirely by Jackson, marking the first such occasion in the star’s lengthy career, and it follows a pair of 2006 albums: the award-winning inspirational collection “Precious Memories” and the Grammy-nominated “Like Red on a Rose.”
Jackson will tour in support of “Good Time.” His itinerary includes a run of April concerts in Canada with country duo Brooks & Dunn.
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The Black Crowes “Warpaint”
The veteran rockers are ready to battle for chart supremacy with “Warpaint,” the band’s first new album in seven years.
Although they’ve had their share of success with past studio efforts, The Black Crowes have become known mostly for their blistering live shows in recent years. The group will tour in support of “Warpaint,” performing the album in its entirety during a series of “One Night Only” shows in the US this month, and are also scheduled to play March 15 at Stubb’s BBQ in Austin, TX, during the South by Southwest music festival.
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Bauhaus “Go Away White”
Dust off those vampire capes and break out the mascara, dear goth fiends, because the legendary Bauhaus has finally returned with a new album. “Go Away White” is Bauhaus’ first new studio offering since 1983’s “Burning From the Inside.”
The group, which features Peter Murphy, Daniel Ash, David J and Kevin Haskins, is arguably the most influential goth-rock band in history. Although they’ve been M.I.A. from the studio for 25 years, Bauhaus remains one of the subgenre’s true listening staples. Fans will be delighted–in a decidedly goth way–to finally get the chance to hear some new tunes. Selections on the album include such appropriately dreary titles as “Endless Summer of the Damned.”
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The Doors “Live in Pittsburgh”
Fans will want to check out this live set, which was recorded in Steel City back on May 2, 1970. The concert featured the legendary classic rock band performing such fan favorites as “Back Door Man,” “When the Music’s Over” and “Light My Fire.”
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Jackson Browne “Solo Acoustic, Vol. 2”
The singer-/songwriter returns with a follow-up to his 2005 Grammy-nominated “Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1.” This sequel, “Solo Acoustic, Vol. 2,” was recorded during Browne’s live shows over the past few years and features such songs as “Somebody’s Baby” and “In the Shape of a Heart.”
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More new releases:
Autechre, “Quaristice” (Warp)
BoDeans, “Still” (He and He)
Kathleen Edwards, “Asking for Flowers” (Zoe)
Flogging Molly, “Float” (Side One Dummy)
Judy Garland, “Garland at the Grove” (DRG)
The Gutter Twins, “Saturnalia” (Sub Pop)
Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, “Real Emotional Trash” (Matador)
Michael McDonald, “Soul Speak” (Motown)
Sesame Street, “Platinum All Time Favorites” (Koch)
Ashton Shepherd, “Sounds So Good” (MCA Nashville)
The Waifs, “Sundirtwater” (Compass)
Whiskeytown, “Strangers Almanac” (Geffen)
Johnny Winter, “Live Bootleg Series, Volume Two” (Friday Night)
Soundtracks and scores:
“Annie Get Your Gun–Studio Cast album” (DRG)
“Say, Darling (1958 Original Broadway Cast)” (DRG)